Yesterday I wrote about some cheap flights to Honolulu on Delta and United from several cities including Newark, Denver, Houston and Phoenix pricing out as low as $422. While some of these departure cities are no longer available, there are still some available so if you were considering heading to Hawaii book sooner than later.
With all great deals, it’s best to book as soon as possible since you never know when the deal might end and it looks like airfares have risen from several of those cities, but there are still some low fares to be had from a few places including Phoenix and San Diego that I found below.
There are still flights available from Phoenix to Honolulu for $440 round-trip as well as from San Diego to Honolulu for $377.
If you want to find which dates are available and different routings, I’d recommend you head over to the ITA Booking Matrix, where you’ll be able to play around with your dates. You can’t book via ITA, but it will help identify the dates with low fares and then you can book via your preferred online travel agency or airline website.
Virgin America is Having a One-Day Fare Sale
Virgin America launched a one-day fare sale today with fares starting from $46. These are for tickets purchased today by 11:59pm CT for travel from October 29, 2013 through February 28, 2014.
Their fare sale includes most of their routes, however the actual prices aren’t super low. For instance, New York-Los Angeles is $332 round-trip, which is decent but nothing amazing. However, it seems that some of the legacy carriers such as Delta are matching these so if you do have any upcoming travel on a Virgin America route, you may want to check out the flights today.
As always, if you see a good deal you should book it, since you never know how long it will last! Feel free to tweet me @thepointsguy whenever you see a great airfare deal or if you have any questions.
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